Article XIV

     Section 1.  An amendment to this Constitution may be proposed by a constitutional convention, popular initiative, or the Legislature, as provided in this section.

          (a)     At least every 10 years, the Legislature shall submit the following question to the voters;  "Shall there be a convention to revise or amend the State Constitution?"  If a majority of the votes cast upon this question is in the affirmative, a constitutional convention shall be convened within one year from the date of the vote, as prescribed by statute.

          (b)     An amendment may be proposed by a petition signed by 25 percent of all registered voters.

          (c)     An amendment may be proposed by the Legislature in the same manner required for passage of a bill, except that an amendment proposed by the Legislature is not subject to veto.

     Section 2.  A proposed amendment shall become effective if approved in the next general election by a majority of the votes cast on that amendment and if a majority of the registered voters have cast votes on the amendment.

     Section 3.  If conflicting constitutional amendments submitted at the same election are approved, the proposed amendment receiving the highest number of affirmative votes shall prevail to the extent of such conflict.